Manchester United new boy Angelo Henriquez is delighted to complete his move to the Premier League giants, but concedes he may be sent out on loan this season.
The Chilean forward completed a medical ahead of his move to Old Trafford and is set to meet with Sir Alex Ferguson to discuss his short-term future.
But Henriquez is already targeting a place in the United first team, having completed a dream move to the 19-time league champions.
"I am super happy to get to Manchester United. I'm fulfilling a dream," he said.
"I am going where I wanted. You look on television and see the outstanding players, scoring spectacular goals. I cannot waste this opportunity. It is not clear what will happen with my future.
"I want to play in the first team of Manchester United. That's my first thought.
"If they decide to send me on loan, I would prefer to continue at Universidad, although I will do whatever United deem appropriate."
Henriquez will join Shinji Kagawa, Nick Powell and Robin van Persie as the new additions at United, after the latter agreed terms on a move from Arsenal on Wednesday night.
Van Persie is expected to travel to Manchester for a medical on Thursday and will pen a four-year deal ahead of the new season and is expected to make his debut against Everton on Monday.
The Dutchman scored 30 Premier League goals last season for The Gunners, and United midfielders Tom Cleverley and Michael Carrick, both of whom stared for England in victory over Italy, believe Van Persie is a welcome addition.
"I don't know too much about it but obviously he's a great player and he'll only make us stronger," Cleverley said.
Carrick added: "Someone mentioned in the dressing room about Van Persie and if it goes through, it will be brilliant.
"He had a terrific season and he will further strengthen our squad. It is a great boost going into the new season.
"He is a world class player and we have always been about bringing in players of that ability.
"Can it make the difference between second and first? There wasn't much difference so hopefully we can go that step further.
'But the club has always had strength in depth and it is about the squad and not the 11 on the pitch.'